|In 1215, the Magna Carta was sealed underneath the ancient Ankerwycke Yew tree, starting the process which led to rule by constitutional law -- in effect, giving rights and the law to the people. And today, the ABA’s Ankerwycke line of books continues to bring the law to the people.|
With legal fiction, true crime books, popular legal histories, public policy handbooks, and prescriptive guides to current legal and business issues, Ankerwycke is a contemporary and innovative line of books for everyone from a trusted and vested authority.
"An exceptional adventure in Holocaust literature. Dina Gold combines investigative journalism with a keen sense of history to uncover a story everyone should read."-Marvin Kalb, a Harvard professor emeritus, now senior adviser to Pulitzer Center, former network correspondent.
By David Lat
"[F]or an elite niche... Supreme Ambitions has become the most buzzed-about novel of the year."
-- Alexandra Alter, New York Times
Courtship: A Novel of Life, Love, and the Law
By RL Sommer
(A pseudonym of Ronald Goldfarb)
“Courtship gives you a sweet remembrance of love in a memorable story. Enjoy!”--Kitty Kelley, New York Times bestselling author
A Triumph of Genius:
Polaroid, and the
Kodak Patent War
By Ronald K. Fierstein
The book will appeal to photographic historians but will also have a wider resonance for those interested in business history, management theory, and the history of science.”--Dr. Michael Pritchard FRPS, Director-General, The Royal Photographic Society
The 116: The True Story of Abraham Lincoln’s Lost Guard
By James P. Muehlberger
The 116 paints a provocative portrait of the ‘civil war’ between Free-State and Pro-Slavery forces that tore Missouri and the Kansas Territory apart in the 1850's, and provides a vivid portrayal of the battles pertaining to the protection and abolition of slavery that riled Congress on both a federal and state level, eventually leading to the eruption of war in 1861.